From adolescence to acclaim, A Life in Ten Pictures considers the life of the late singer. Plus: The Hunt for a Killer continues. Here’s what to watch this evening “I knew she’d be trouble,” recalls Mitch Winehouse. He’s talking about a delightful, butter-wouldn’t-melt photograph of his daughter Amy, at two, in a paddling pool. What follows is an inevitably heartbreaking but also affirming portrait of Amy Winehouse as she passed through adolescence, carefree hedonism, early fame and, eventually, addiction. As ever, the format works brilliantly, eliciting real emotion and insight as the people who knew Amy best tell her story.
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